We are announcing a job opening, an opportunity to join our team at Parent-Child Relationship Programs (PCRP)! Our colleague and long-term Parent-Child Interaction Scales Instructor, Denise Findlay, is retiring after serving PCRP for over 20 years. We are very sad to see her go! Denise’s contribution to our programs, organization, and team is immeasurable. We are so grateful for her efforts over the years. We, however, are happy for her as she begins a new chapter.
With Denise’s departure we are hiring someone who is excited to join our team and contribute to our mission by providing excellent instruction in the use of Parent-Child Interaction Teaching and Feeding Scales, as well as our Keys to Infant Caregiving program, Beginning Rhythms, and our Personal Environment Assessments. This position will involve program management, training and mentoring of instructors and learners around the world, and the contribution to the development of other materials and programs focused on infant and early childhood mental health.
In addition to the roles listed above, successful applicants will demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). As educators at PCRP, we seek to assure 1) that our trainings are accessible to a wide range of learners, 2) that we attract and mentor diverse learners and future leaders, and 3) that we undertake critical self-reflection in the process of doing this work.
PCRP also endorses “The Tenets”, developed by The Tenets Initiative at the Irving Harris Foundation. The Diversity-Informed Tenets for Work with Infants, Children and Families (Tenets) are a set of guiding principles and practices that strengthen the commitment and capacity of professionals, organizations, and systems to embed DEI principles into their work with infants, children and families. For more information on the Tenets click here.
If you are interested in this position, we invite you to learn more and submit an application to the UW Hires system by clicking HERE.
Monica Oxford, MSW, Ph.D.
Research Professor @ Child, Family, and Population Health Nursing
Executive Director, Barnard Center for Infant Mental Health and Development
Research Affiliate, Center for Human Development and Disability